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    Microsoft details first trio of 'Designed for Xbox' monitors

    Asus, Acer, and Philips monitors boast attractive features like HDMI 2.1, 4K HDR, 120Hz, VRR.
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    Re: Microsoft details first trio of 'Designed for Xbox' monitors

    £1000 ish for a 28" monitor, no thanks, I don't get these monitors, you can get for example an LG CX OLED for about the same price as the cheapest of these panels.

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    Re: Microsoft details first trio of 'Designed for Xbox' monitors

    Just sounds like a gimmick to push up prices.

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    Re: Microsoft details first trio of 'Designed for Xbox' monitors

    Seem a bit on the pricey end to me considering the specs...

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    Re: Microsoft details first trio of 'Designed for Xbox' monitors

    Will need to see a review of these to know what makes them worth the extra $$$

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    Re: Microsoft details first trio of 'Designed for Xbox' monitors

    I'm not a technical specs pervert, and I don't know what it all means, but I do know the my next monitor NEEDS 4K, HDR, 120Hz, and VRR.

    So it's definitely nice to have a certification that is actually helpful like "Designed for Xbox" that includes all those things. Only other thing I know I'm supposed to look out for is "wide color gamut".

    Can someone tell me if the prices aren't too outrageous? I'd expect Microsoft and their partners to mark-up the price about 20% for the convenience.

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